26 Facts About Patrick Warburton


Patrick Warburton was born on November 14,1964 and is an American actor.


Patrick Warburton's voice acting roles include Joe Swanson in Family Guy, Kronk in The Emperor's New Groove, Buzz Lightyear in Buzz Lightyear of Star Command, and Brock Samson in The Venture Bros.


Patrick Warburton is the son of orthopedic surgeon John Charles Warburton Jr.


Patrick Warburton later attended Servite High School, then transferred to Newport Harbor High School.


Patrick Warburton studied marine biology at Orange Coast College in Costa Mesa, California, but dropped out to pursue modeling and acting.


Patrick Warburton played the title role in FOX's short-lived series The Tick.


Patrick Warburton has repeatedly criticized FOX's mismanagement of the series after its cancellation, stating that the network "apparently didn't have a clue".


Patrick Warburton played Nick Sharp in 8 Simple Rules; and in 2003, joined the cast of Less Than Perfect as anchorman Jeb Denton.


Patrick Warburton played Jeff Bingham in Rules of Engagement and Rip Riley in the FX series Archer.


Patrick Warburton has provided voices for several animated films and TV programs, including a lead character in Game Over, Buzz Lightyear; the Little Green Men in Buzz Lightyear of Star Command; and Kronk in The Emperor's New Groove, with David Spade, Eartha Kitt, and John Goodman.


Spade and Patrick Warburton reunited for the CBS sitcom Rules of Engagement, which aired from 2007 to 2013, and Joe Dirt 2: Beautiful Loser in 2015.


Patrick Warburton reprised his role as Kronk for the direct-to-video sequel Kronk's New Groove and the subsequent TV series The Emperor's New School.


Patrick Warburton voiced Steve Barkin in the Disney Channel show Kim Possible.


Patrick Warburton recorded voices for the computer-animated feature films Hoodwinked, Chicken Little, Bee Movie, Open Season.


Patrick Warburton was the voice of Commander Blaine H Tate on the Comedy Central animated series Moonbeam City in October 2015.


Patrick Warburton appeared on GSN's Poker Royale Celebrities vs the Pros tournament in 2005, winning the tournament and the $50,000 grand prize.


Patrick Warburton appeared on the American version of Top Gear on February 21,2012, where he set the "Big Star, Small Car" lap record, beating previous record-holder Arlene Tur.


Patrick Warburton starred in the 2016 NBC sitcom Crowded, where he and Carrie Preston played parents who were about to enjoy their empty-nest years only to find their daughters and his parents moving back in with them.


Patrick Warburton is featured as the flight attendant, Patrick, in the "preboarding" video shown to guests at Soarin' Around the World in Disney California Adventure in Anaheim, California and Epcot at the Walt Disney World Resort in Orlando, Florida where he explains the ride's requirements, reprising his role from the preboarding video of the predecessor ride, Soarin' Over California.


Patrick Warburton starred as Lemony Snicket in the Netflix comedy drama series A Series of Unfortunate Events.


Patrick Warburton is the voice in NAPA's "Can of Know How" commercial.


Patrick Warburton is the voice of the current "Discover Fresh" radio ad campaign by Souplantation, a California-based buffet-style restaurant chain.


Patrick Warburton is the voice of Ranger, a forest ranger, in a series of radio spots for the national Smokey Bear campaign sponsored by the US Forest Service and the Ad Council.


In 1991, Patrick Warburton married Cathy Jennings, whom he met in college.


Patrick Warburton is a Christian, and has said that he is willing to turn off Family Guy "when it takes its religious humor too far", perceiving such moments "as diminished returns".


Patrick Warburton is a "lifelong conservative" but admits to having "very liberal views" on other issues.